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good morning, america. breaking overnight, havoc in the heartland. damaging tornadoes touching down. >> we're close to this. >> these telephone poles whipping in the wind. transformer exploding. >> there's whole houses down. we need units over here. >> homes destroyed. this firehouse collapsing. a drone captures roofs ripped off churches with more than 70 million people in the path of severe weather right now. also this morning, inside the mind of a killer. exclusive new video of one of those escaped vicks. the disturbing tape of richard matt taken right before he went to prison. brandishing a weapon and giving new insight into the man at the center of this massive manhunt. sean "diddy" combs arrested. the music mogul charged with assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly attacking a football coach at his son's
school. ♪ i'm on top of the world ♪ the ride of his life. the shocking stowaway aboard this plane. look at that cat surprising the pilot midair how he managed to still make a perfect landing. ♪ we do say good morning, america on this tuesday morning. we have a cast to begin the show dan harris is extremely happy. >> my cats freak out when you turn the vacuum on. i don't know how that cat stayed in that plane. >> who knows? we'll find out. we'll begin though severe storms sweeping across the country. tornadoes tearing through the midwest overnight. you're looking live at coal city illinois hit so hard overnight. >> incredible destruction and so many homes destroyed. this is the second time that town has been hit by a tornado in just over a year. the storms are on the move moving northeasterly. a lot of cities in the path.
gimger has it in a moment but alex perez starts us off in coal city. good morning. >> reporter: many here are waking up to scenes just like this one, the winds picking up all of this debris and slamming it up against this house and just here right on the other side what used to be a car wash now basically a pile of rubble. >> i can't believe how close it is. >> never seen winds that strong. >> reporter: look at this wedge tornado forming near illinois city. winds whipping up debris so strong these telephone poles struggling to remain upright. transformers exploding. >> there's whole houses down. we need units over here. >> reporter: a tornado striking coal city just southwest of chicago. >> we had significant damage throughout the whole town here. >> reporter: overnight emergency crews responding in the dark to collapsed homes, gas leaks, people reportedly still trapped under rubble. >> is everybody here okay? >> yes, they're all okay. >> reporter: earlier in the
evening, first responders' vehicles trapped and destroyed before they could help others. to the east portland michigan blasted by an ef-1 tornado. >> we're starting searches with canines, both live and cadaver dogs. >> reporter: abc's matt gutman was there on the ground. >> reporter: the tornado came up from there. it ripped the roof off of that church. then this church and then a third church all on the same block right across the corner. >> reporter: a drone's view showing trees shredded and roofs ripped off. in one of those churches you can see the steeple plummeting straight into the place of worship and there a semi tossed against a local thrift store, dozens of rescuers trying to get three temporarily trapped inside. sue burns' roof sucked right off her house. >> i had beams flying at me and i just hit the ground. >> reporter: moments later, reunited with her husband. in iowa winds smashing into an airport hangar debris crushing five planes.
and luckily there were no fatalities or serious injuries here. this town was slammed by a tornado just two years ago and now that difficult process of cleaning up and rebuilding starting all over again. robin. >> it is alex thank you. thinking of all those affected and more than 70 million in the northeast in the path of those storms headed this way. >> there are severe storms on the map. this is early morning damage just hours ago between flint and saginaw, michigan. wjrt and marc jacobson just took this. fresh damage coming in. western pennsylvania and new york the severe thunderstorm warnings and watches will move to the east. they'll progress. now i have this model on here that shows you it's scattered in nature. not going to be just one big time you'll see several rounds of storms some of them will come with damaging winds and right there this evening, d.c. all the way up to boston look at that. we're all in that enhanced risk. it's not just the northeast but another low back here afternoon
and evening from lincoln to close to kansas city hail and damaging wind david, back in the western plains just east of the rockies too. >> we know you'll stay on it all morning long. thanks. we turn to the latest on the manhunt for those escaped killers. police are now narrowing their search after discovering dna evidence from the vicks at a hunting cabin near the prison. food inside that cabin, abc's linzie janis is in owls head new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, david. a heavy police presence here. officers with their shotguns at the ready have established this perimeter around that area where the cabin is deep in the woods. this morning, authorities pursuing their biggest break so far in the manhunt for escaped convicts david sweat and richard matt. focusing on everything they can find inside a hunting shack. just 20 miles from the prison. >> we have developed evidence that the suspects may have spent time in a cabin in this area.
>> reporter: dna tests on food items left in the cabin in franklin county confirming the inmates were inside. >> this is a confirmed lead for us. it has generated a massive law enforcement response as you can see and we're going to run this to ground. >> reporter: abc news learning overnight john stockwell who was at the hunting ground saturday with his dog discovered signs of people inside the shack that afternoon. he says he saw at least one man running away. stockwell was questioned by police over the weekend. authorities swarming the area monday setting up checkpoints inspecting every car, searching for clues in the woods. local residents scared. have you been worried about this? have you been able to sleep at night. >> no actually. we found out yesterday so we were up all night. >> reporter: police advising everyone in the area to remain on alert. >> take any necessary safety precautions and remain vigilant about reporting anything anything that is out of the ordinary. >> reporter: again, police focusing their search right here
near the prison not far away hoping that that dna evidence means the escape pis are still here. david? >> all right, thanks very much. you hear the families who say they can't sleep at night. we'll have much more. that chilling tape of richard matt before he went to prison and what the tape reveals. that's coming up here shortly. >> now to the growing movement to take down the confederate flag on the grounds of the south carolina statehouse. the state's governor and top lawmakers there joining the chorus calling for it to be removed after last week's shootings at that historic black church. abc's linsey davis is in columbia south carolina this morning, for us. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning. somebody just shouted take it down and that's exactly why the naacp is holding a rally today to get this confederate flag behind me taken down. and legislators are expected to vote as early as today about whether they'll tackle this issue now. this morning, the chorus of calls hitting a crescendo with
increased demands to remove this contentious symbol from south carolina's state capitol. >> that flag while an integral part of our past does not represent the future. it's time to move the flag from the capitol grounds. [ applause ] >> reporter: legislators standing beside her in support, including u.s. senator and gop 2016 contender lindsey graham who only days ago wanted discussion but now urging the flag's removal to an appropriate location seven other southern states use confederate imagery in their flag three of them mississippi, tennessee and florida also now calling for change. as the nation continues to grapple with the horror of the brutal slayings of nine black churchgoers by accused killer dylann roof. the reaction to the debate is now deeply connected to these pictures of roof proudly displaying confederate images. >> it's a symbol of division
among everyone in our society. >> reporter: later this week president obama will deliver the eulogy for the senior pastor who died in this massacre. it's also interesting to note the son of one of the victims told us if the flag is taken down then the nine people who lost their lives will not have died in vain. david. >> powerful thing. linsey davis, thank you. we'll turn to a health alert at this hour. big bottled water recall over e. coli fears. more than a dozens brands bottled by the same company may be contaminated. several grocery stores involved and abc's reena ninan with the story this morning. >> good morning to you, guys. all kinds of fancy water bottle filters that take impurities out but it's for water bottles that look this one with specific instructions on how you can protect your family. this morning a multistate recall in huge chains like 7-eleven. wegmans and shoprite bottled about niagara bottling now being
pulled from shelves at 14 chain stores in almost a dozen states. over fears of e. coli contamination. the company issuing this alert. boil water before using. finding e. coli bacteria during a test of its pennsylvania water supply this month. niagara water voluntarily pulling them from stores because e. coli can cause things like nausea and severe cramping especially dangerous for children and the elderly. >> one of the ways a company knows their water is safe to drink is testing it for e. coli. if they find e. coli in there, there's something wrong with their process. >> reporter: it doesn't mean everyone who drinks water contaminated with e. coli will get sick. but with 10 billion gallon ss consumed every year there's the big question how can you know if the water in the bottle you're reaching for is safe? in most cases you can't. >> there are actually more rules and regulations around tap water.
epa requires that all the information about your tap water be readily available. >> reporter: so here's the good news. niagara bottling so far says no reports of illnesses or injuries. but for a full list of retailers affected check out our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! lots of good details. >> interesting what raich said. more regulations on tap water than on bottled water. >> yeah. reena, thanks. it's a big day for tom brady. roger goodell will hear an appeal by brady over his four-game suspension for his alleged role in deflating footballs during the afc championship game. abc's t.j. holmes is here with much more on all that. good morning, t.j. >> good morning, robin. extraordinary meeting about to take place shortly here in new york. we're talking about a mini trial of sorts complete with lawyers, witnesses, evidence testimony and it'll go a long way in determining whether win, losses passer rating as well as air pressure will forever be a part of tom brady's stat sheet.
this doesn't look like a guy who's worried about anything. ♪ tom brady a week ago cutting loose and sweating it out on the dance floor at a party celebrating his team's super bowl win but this morning, brady will be sweating it out in a conference room at nfl headquarters in new york where his legacy as one of football's all-time greats is on the line. >> tom brady really needs to have a performance like a super bowl this terms of the hearing and has to rehabilitate his image. >> reporter: at issue whether his suspension should stand. ted wells is expected to testify who wrote the report alleging brady had been at least generally aware of the actives leading to it and serving as arbitrator nfl commissioner roger goodell who chose to personally oversee this appeal despite objections from brady's camp. both sides will get a chance to present their cases to goodell and call witnesses which gives brady a chance to say as much or as little as he wants.
>> tom brady has been given an invitation by roger goodell to tell more of his side of the story. will he do it? he sure should. >> reporter: brady hasn't addressed the scandal publicly since his guarded comments at salem state college. >> we'll get through it. >> reporter: now a chance to clear his name and convince the league that he didn't cheat along the way of his hall of fame career. now, about the time line. if they don't wrap up the hearing today they set aside thursday as well and as far as a decision goes well there is no time line essentially another high-profile case of greg hardy who appealed his ten-game suspension that was a month ago. we're still waiting for that. and, david, it is fascinating in that room. we will not be allowed in but this is one you would put your ee up to a glass against the door to hear what's happening in this room. >> for sure. we also want more analysis on that dance video too, t.j. on tom brady. >> next half hour. >> all right. we're going to turn to trouble for sean combs known as
diddy arrested for assault after a fight with a football coach at his son's school. abc's kayna whitworth is live in los angeles this morning with more on that. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, david, good morning to you. so i'm live here at the campus police department at ucla. this was the first place that combs was taken after he swung a kettle bell allegedly at the football team's strength coach and this morning, police are considering that gym equipment a deadly weapon. overnight sean combs posting bail hours after being arrested for allegedly threatening a strength coach at his son's ucla football workout with a kettle bell. tmz reporting the assistant coach was screaming at 21-year-old justin combs. his father watching from the sidelines then allegedly grabbing the coach and confronting him. in a statement, ucla says no one was seriously injured. ♪ i don't know what i don't know why ♪ >> reporter: but the 45-year-old rapper known to fans as diddy seen here in the back of air police car then in handcuffs being walked into the jail now
facing three counts of assault with a deadly weapon one count of making terrorist threats and one count of battery. this isn't the first time combs has had run-ins with the law. in 1999 he was charged with criminal possession of a weapon and stolen goods. but later acquitted. combs is a passionate supporter of his son justin's football career. here he is beaming at justin's first game with ucla. >> nebraska ucla my son's first game. words can't explain. >> reporter: combs even posting this photo a father/son football game on father's day just hours before the arrest. now, nobody was actually hurt but the strength coach here reportedly -- many might remember him. in 2010 he was suspended for tripping a miami dolphins football player while he was on the coaching staff for the jets. and, david and robin, combs is set to appear in court on july 13th. >> all right, kayna, thanks very much. we've been following the
severe weather, also fooling the wildfires in the west and dan has the latest on that. >> good morning, everyone. there's been no break from the heat for the men and women fighting 23 major wildfires in six states and ginger tells me there will be no break any time soon. the largest one in california called the lake fire scorched 17,000 acres and is only 24% contained. 200 miles north at least three homes have burned and people now being evacuated and in alaska more than 3,000 fighters -- firefighters are on the battle lines. in baltimore this morning all six police officers charged in the death of freddie gray have pled not guilty set to go on trial in october. gray's death while in police custody set off days of rioting back in april. well we now know what upset an airline passenger so much last weekend that he turned a rome to chicago flight into a two-day ordeal. nuts and crackers or a lack thereof. he was angry he hadn't been given any snacks. the complaint says he became abusive and erratic forcing the
flight to be diverted to belfast where passenger has to sleep on the floor. look at this from off the coast of cape cod. that is a 15-foot great white shark. the first to be seen in these waters this year and it is a week earlier than the first sighting last year. new evidence indicates that pete rose may have done more betting on baseball than he's admitted to. our colleagues at espn say they have found new documents that suggest rose bet on games in 1986 during his last season as a player. more than a decade ago he admitted to betting on games but only as a manager. a plane crash has much of hollywood in mourning. james horner who wrote the music for "titanic" and more than 100 other movies is believed to have died when his small plane crashed north of los angeles. he was nominated for ten times for oscars winning for "my heart will go on" from "titanic." and finally this morning a big win for team usa at the women's world cup. they got off to a slow start missing a penalty kick early in
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penndot kind of zooming in and out again. you can see now it's off to the side and traffic is moving but it was a mess on the vine street expressway westbound. all right, northeast extension northbound the next big accident. this one blocking all lanes northbound on the northeast extension between quakertown and lehigh valley between exit 44 and 56. stick to 309. i talked the police out there. they said a tractor-trailer smashed into the construction zone there. the trailer was empty so they're hoping to be able to clear it but there's 60 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled all over so it's a mess there on the northeast extension northbound. another mess 295 northbound at florence-columbus. a and accident. vehicle ran off the roadway brought down a tree. medevac called to the scene. left lane still blocked and lots of slowing tam. >> thank you karen. let's go sky6 and take a live look here. the view out over center city. a beautiful start to the day but david it's going to be a hot and then stormy one. >> already feeling warm and muggy out here right now tam. take a look. 79 degrees currently in philadelphia. your dewpoints up over 70 across much of the region. that means oppressive humidity
on the way especially as that sun gets higher in the sky. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a steamy one today, a high of 95, a heat advisory in effect through the afternoon with heat index values making it feel like it's up around 100 at times and this afternoon and this evening there's the chance of some strong gusty thunderstorms rolling down out of the northwest. some of these could be severe. so you definitely want to take cover if you hear thunder later today or tonight. tam. >> good advice thank you david. coming up on "gma" the return of janet jackson. we'll see you back here in 30. >> ♪♪
good morning, america. and right now, this is hard hit coal city, illinois. picking up the pieces across the midwest this morning after more than a dozen reported tornadoes tore through that area. so many homes leveled as you can see by twisters as the storms move on to the northeast. more than 70 million people in its path. right now the manhunt for those two killers is heating up and you are about to see this exclusive new video this morning offering a unique look at one of the men who masterminded the great escape. >> chilling chilling video. we say good morning, america. good to have david hour with us and let's see. ♪ nasty boys ♪ >> that's not because i'm here. >> nasty boy. >> theme music. >> yeah. >> yesterday it was air supply. >> exactly.
>> we'll explain why all this is taking place. >> now the superstar, well, she he's back. the latest on her new music, big return and what her life has been like out of the spotlight. janet is back. >> miss jackson if you're -- yes. we're going to begin this half hour though with those escaped killers and that newly revealed video of richard matt. abc news has emotionally obtained this chilling tape as we've said taken before the murder that put him behind bars and gives us a glimpse of who he is and how dangerous he can be. abc's gio benitez is here with that for us. >> reporter: good morning. this chilling video was shot on 8 millimeter film. he is called ricky on the tape as an acquaintance pierces his arms with a blow dart and it's what he does and what he says that is so menacing. >> this is my friend ricky matt. he's a freaking crazy lunatic maniac. >> reporter: overnight abc news obtaining emotionally this
disturbing video of richard matt filmed in 197. >> is this the face of a maniac? this is the south american blow gun. >> we're going to demonstrate. >> we're going to demonstrate how powerful this gun is today. >> reporter: giving new insight into the mind of the convict at the center of the biggest manhunt in recent memory. at the time of his arrest one officer called him the most evil, vicious person i've ever come across. >> we're going to dip these in aids blood and we'll put a patent on them and sell them as deadly weapons. >> reporter: the video shot just nine months before matt kidnapped and killed his former boss in december of that year. the then 30-year-old matt would later be convicted and sentenced to 25 years to life. >> show them the dart. i'm about to fire this gun into ricky matt's arm. and we will show you the true meaning of pain. >> matt seen here glaring on this tape as an associate tests
out a blow dart gun on matt's body. >> ricky with a smile. >> i'm loading it for you. >> he loaded it. >> we're about to shoot the dart into ricky's arm. ooh. >> went in there. started to many could out there. >> reporter: the man in the video bearing little resemblance to a convict described as a charming manipulator. a dangerous killer who helped mastermind one of the most dramatic escapes ever. and just months after this video was shot matt would go on to kill and dismember his former boss. police insist he is still incredibly dangerous, on the run now as a prison escapee for more than two weeks david. >> disturbing to say the least. gio, thanks. we turn to those vanderbilt university players who was convicted earlier this year and a judge is expected to rule later today if he will throw out their convictions if they can even walk free. abc's mara schiavocampo this
morning. >> all rise. >> reporter: this morning, a tennessee judge making a crucial decision in the case of two former vanderbilt university football players convicted of an alcohol-fueled sex crime which could potentially set the men free. >> did you answer the voir dire questions truthfully. >> reporter: asking for a mistrial after learning the jury foreman didn't reveal he himself was a sexual assault victim. the foreman testifying he didn't think his prior experience affected his judgment in that case. >> that had been sort of inconsequential at this point into my life. >> reporter: he voted to convict the two of aggravated rape and other charges in january after just three hours of deliberations. to win a mistrial you have to show that it undermines the integrity of the verdict. >> we find mr. vandenburg guilty of vag gras rated rape. >> reporter: the two men seen here along with two others accused of bringing an
unconscious victim to vandenburg's room after a night of heavy drinking in june 2013 where she was sexually assaulted. batey later testified he had no memory that have might. >> i was just drunk out of my mind. >> reporter: the victim in this case also took the stand during the trial. now bracing for a possible retrial. now, if the judge declares a mistrial defense attorneys will likely ask that vandenburg and batey be released while they wait for a new trial and they could walk out of jail this week. it's also possible both sides could reach a plea agreement to avoid a new trial. that rule something expected later this morning. robin. >> mara. many anxious to see what will happen. a look inside the playboy mansion. holly madison was how far hefner's girlfriend but calls her time there a night their. hefner is saying she's rewriting
history. >> reporter: if you watch the tv shows it's about a-list party, beautiful women, an earthly paradise with the hef at the helm. we see him as this old sexy crocodile. >> yeah. >> reporter: but this longtime girlfriend says he was a control freak that life in the mansion drove her to contemplate suicide. >> i really got in way too deep and really lost myself for a number of years. i definitely feel like i escaped from something. >> reporter: she says there were rules. girlfriends had to be home from 9:00. hef would refer to himself in the third person as daddy and play the girls off against each other. no outside jobs allowed and the girlfriends wore matching flannel pink pajamas for sex sessions. holly was on girls next door with two other hef girlfriends. were all three of you sleeping with him? >> yeah i mean i don't really like to out the other girls or anything but he definitely didn't have any girlfriends he wasn't sleeping with. >> reporter: holly moved in as a
wide-eyed penniless student hungry for fame. she says hef offered her quaaludes the first night they slept together. you mentioned and this is a direct quote from your book. repugnant bedtime routine. >> yes. i was just never into other girls in the bedroom. you know it was his thing. it was never mine. >> reporter: holly compares hef to an ancient ruler with a harem but in 21st century los angeles. holly says now that she's made a name outside the mansion, a vegas show a turn on "dancing with the stars" now it's time to tell her version unfiltered. >> there's everything you wanted to know in my book and a little more you didn't want to know. >> reporter: we asked the hef about holly's book anticipate said i've had more than my fair share of romantic relationships and many moved on to live happy, healthy and productive lives. sadly there are a few who have
chosen to rewrite history in an attempt to stay in the spotlight. couldn't you just leave? >> i could have but i was afraid to. >> reporter: you could have marry had had im. >> i feel like nobody else would want me after i was there. >> reporter: but they did. she met pascuale and they have a little girl rainbow. nick watt abc news las vegas. >> thank you, nick. ginger that is a beautiful sight behind you. > >> the aurora borealis. this is the sum met at mount washington the it was visible from kansas to west virginia but this video is out of minnesota, stunning images overnight. the atmosphere such a beauty and boost after all this storms and this obviously the beauty. that's big picture. let's get a check closer to home. >> ginger it is a warm and hazy start across the region. no precipitation but the numbers are really going to climb today. we'll get a high of 95 a-heat index around 100 with a heat advisory in effect this
afternoon and a chance of strong thunderstorms in some neighborhoods that could produce gusty winds. fell in iowa. lots of pictures coming out. that's what could happen again today in the northeast. >> really? >> thank you, ginger. pore ahead. a terrible accident caught on camera. the driver escaping with just seconds to spare. new concerns about safety at railroad crossings. amazon cracking down on all those fake reviews. are you being dupred tricked into buying products online? we'll be right back.
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nearly 270 people killed. another 800 injured. >> driver education is a huge issue. there are also engineering issues that need to be addressed. >> reporter: like how well lit the crossing is. in south carolina you'd never miss these tracks in daylight but this is what betsy deval saw at night. she got stuck with a train barreling down on her. thankfully a nearby police officer sprang into action. >> come on get back. come on, get back. >> thank you! thank you for staving me. >> reporter: this morning, experts warning drivers to never drive under or around lowered gates. and if your car does get stuck, get out immediately and move away from the tracks in the direction of the coming train. otherwise, you might get hit by flying debris. for "good morning america," phillip mena abc news, new york. >> all right, phillip, thank you. scary video. coming up here on gm the
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life will be gravy ♪ and kacey musgraves performs live in times square as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ how in the world are we going to get all that in in the next hour? good morning, america. a magic morning at times square and one of the biggest stars on the planet channing tatum is live just ahead. >> i wish he could have heard us serenading him. >> it was so good please do it again. >> i want to actually interview him and would like him to stay. >> remember you said you don't perform on command. >> exactly. that was yesterday. today -- ? a whole new day. so many getting in on the magic fun this morning. fan as cross the country are showing us their magical moves. it's all for our "magic mike xxl" epic dance contest. channing will help us reveal the
winner guy, later on in the show. >> did i get my video in time? anyway jesse palmer right there checking in with us in a secret location this morning ready to give one lucky fan a huge surprise and channing with his own surprise guest that he's brought along here this morning. and they're just about here. >> having jest pi waving like this. >> two more seconds, two more. >> that's right. but first we're going to turn to dan who's made his way over for the morning rundown in the big story this morning, damaging tornadoes in the heartland. more than a dozen reported hardest hit, illinois. take a look at this ominous cloud in coal city near chicago waking up to scenes of destruction, gas leak downed power lines and overnight rescues. severe storms now on the move and ginger will have the forecast in a moment. the rallying cry against the confederate flag getting gting louder. the governor nikki haley joined the call saying it's time to take down the flag from the grounds of the state capitol and
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to fight it amazon just announced sophisticated new technology that will comb user write-ups looking for deceptive reviews. it's a widespread problem. in april of this year amazon sued four companies for posting fake write-ups and new york imposed fines on 19 businesses that sold fraudulent testimonials and posted them on yelp and citysearch. amazon says this new technology will continue to learn which reviews are most helpful to customers and improve the experience over time. how easy is it to write a fake review. i searched to are a product i know nothing about. fashion men's short layered wig. five stars. glowing endorsement. it took me less than 60 seconds to write a fake review for a product i've never even seen. >> it is incredibly important that the reviews be credible because this is a huge advantage that amazon and other retailers have over you know the physical stores. >> reporter: so making reviews more trustworthy could be a game changer for the internet at large. for "good morning america,"
becky worley abc news new york. >> finally we've talked about cats a lot this morning and so to even things up we have a viral video of a dinner dash several months in the making. check out golden retriever colby and blue having trouble on the floor doing whatever it takes to get too their dinner. their owner shot this routine from the same angle every night as the dogs aged from 11 weeks to 11 months old. i can tell you having watched this video many times, the dogs don't get a whole lot better at running as they get older. that is nothing against the dogs. >> what a great idea. >> now, there have been a lot of people online who have said that it would be very helpful and perhaps humane to put an area rug in the corner there when the dogs are coming around. >> not as much fun. i want to know if the other one takes the lead. you can't tell if they change it up at all. >> they look identical. it's true. they both get fed in the end. there is a happy ending. >> i love happy endings. >> nothing stands between it. >> you no he that all too well. don't you?
let's get over to lara now who is in the social square. >> thank you so much, robin. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." no sleep for janet jackson fans. the latest on the superstar's huge return to the spotlight and preg prep now available over the counter. can this be the key to finally having a baby? plus the new beauty secrets so many are trying we'll put something called strobeing to the test and you hear that? kacey musgraves and channing tatum with us live. here's kacey on "good morning america" here in times square. good morning, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ food should be good. strawberries should sing. lettuce should be dirty. dressing, clean. debates should be healthy. hatchets buried. tables should be full. and good food should be good for you.
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saying hello, dubai. an april sighting in milan or this "vogue" event. not enough to keep janet's bereft fans from putting out this wanted poster. ♪ >> reporter: she's had nine lives as a singer actress and performer. michael's little sister. a youth on "diff'rent strokes" then bursting into music stardom on her own terms in 1986 with "control." huge hits like "nasty." millions of fans devoted citizens of her rhythm nation. ♪ remain much beloved in the wake of later moments both controversial and poignant. 2004's bizarre nipplegate -- comforting paris jackson on michael's memorial. now at 49 janet's back. once again with co-writer producer jimmy jam and terry lewis dropping a new track "no
sleep." yes, she es on monday and tweeting "i dedicate this to my love." it's her first single in seven years first song from an upcoming album. >> it's very alluring very janet but not a dated sound. very -- it fits with what's going on today. >> reporter: this sunday heel's reappear on stage at the b.e.t. awards. ♪ i want to be in the one control. >> reporter: she's set to kick off her 36-day unbreakable tour in august. bring another chance for her rhythm nation to rally in support. for "good morning america," chris connelly abc news, los angeles. >> what have you done for me lately. we were talking about our favorite albums. >> cool. we grew up listening to these songs. absolutely. she had an amazing career. >> till does. >> still does. >> and she'll be honored at the b.e.t. awards sunday. getting the first ever ultimate icon music dance video award and we'll be there. red carpet backstage
exclusively. next on "heat index." hope on the horizon for couples suffering from infertility. a new over-the-counter pill available in drugstores starting this month may help millions of women get pregnant. abc's mara schiavocampo is back with more on that. >> it's negative. >> reporter: turning the pregnancy struggle into baby joy -- >> i'm pregnant. >> reporter: is not always easy. enter the pregprep kit. a supplement available over the counter at cvs starting in month that might help millions of women get pregnant. dr. lara obler coming up with the idea during her own battle for a baby. >> i knew i was healthy. i knew there was nothing wrong with me and for some reason i wasn't getting pregnant. >> reporter: teaming up with a group of ob/gyn to design a pill that may encourage pregnancy for making it easier for the special to reach an egg. >> a special swimming toen egg analogous from swimming from
here to tahiti. >> reporter: a daily multivitamin and a mucolytic to thin the mucus which they're encouraged to take leading up to the week before their fertility window. >> a positive pregnancy test after four years is awesome. >> reporter: she used it while trying to get pregnant with her second child is this i had an awesome amazing son and i couldn't give had i'm a sibling no matter how hard. i tried. >> reporter: she claims the kit helped her conceive her daughter after years of trying. >> it worked. and so to me i owe everything to them. i have a beautiful baby girl. >> reporter: while not all doctors agree with those lofty claims -- >> treatments thinning the cervical muse cuss don't have data supporting their efficacy. >> reporter: even dr. oboler acknowledges the pill's limitations. >> we suggest if you've used it for six months and are successful you get a
consultation with an ob/gyn. for her the results are all that matter. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> and dr. jennifer ashton is here to tell us more about this. it does seem like it has great potential for a lot of couples. what's the science behind. >> everything old is new again. on tremendous trigs have known about this for years but the science behind it is very similar to when you guys take a cough syrup to loosen the congestion in your chest. it works the same way and there's data behind it. this is the most recent study right here showing that this ingredient improved pregnancy rates in women with polysister owe var jane syndrome and data has shown that it could boost special concentration in men. so do we need more studiesy yes but this is a low risk potential benefit ingredient. >> really encouraging but it's not a foolproof method for everyone having trouble, right. >> absolutely not and when you talk about infertility, david, there are so many reasons this. is not going to replace an in
vitro fertilization cycle but you have to factor in many thing, poor ovarian function un unexplained infertility but for some you want to do something proactive out of the gate fun fact i used it with my second. >> did you really? >> a while ago. >> and what do you know? it worked. >> cutting edge. >> one shot wonder. >> now there is a study right there conducted. >> there you go. >> there are a lot of people that are weighing in. i put a little something on my twitter feed and people were just really responding wanting to know if it's affordable. i know you'll be answering questions. >> $29 apparently but, you know people can try it. >> all right. >> great. >> thank you. >> you bet. next up on our "heat index," everybody, it's our series called "modern romance" getting a little reality check as we check in with the bachelorette. thing, wow, they were a little steamy for kaitlyn as she took the remaining guys overseas and she'll join us live but first a
look at all the action all the action from last night. oh boy. >> overnight the bachelorette drama exploding before a rose was handed out. >> i came here expecting to meet the guy that had her heart broken and was devastated by chris soules not the go i recall that wanted to get her field plowed by chris. >> reporter: and kaitlyn not taking it lightly. >> my blood is buying a little bit right now. i'm super offended by you. >> reporter: ian walking away from the show. opening the door for nick to swoop in. >> if it means anything i want everything that ian describes and i'm still here. >> reporter: as the bachelorette and her suitors head overseas the sparks between she and nick continue to fly. >> our next stop is dublin, ireland. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: notorious nick landing the first date in dublin. kaitlyn all along saying she needed to stay true to the process. >> eye really like nick. definitely definitely falling for him. >> reporter: looking for a
modern romance kaitlyn says she won't settle. she'll keep an open mind and an open heart and always be in the moment. >> i want to thank you for taking chances, following your heart. going for it. >> reporter: she did take a risk though. sleeping with nick after an all day one-on-one date. >> you want to go back to my suite and, i don't know whatever happens happens. >> reporter: waking up with a twinge of regret worrying if the other guys find out her impulsive moment with nick might ruin other chances. >> i don't necessarily feel guilty about the act, it's more just guilt from caring about other relationships that i have. >> reporter: and the bachelorette twitterverse blew up with tacky, tacky, tacky. so is the pressure too much? will the other guys find out? >> i just hope he's not here to talk to me about what happened with nick. >> a cliffhanger for the ages. >> i can't do this anymore.
>> well she doesn't look happy there but smiling this morning. kaitlyn is with us live. how are you? >> i'm good how are you? >> i was asking you off camera and figure we should talk about it. you're comfortable. any regrets in sharing that personal detail about your evening? >> i think everybody knows by now that i'm a very in the moment person so in that moment i felt like i wanted to be honest and open and share that. >> and, of course then america wants to share with you their feelings on social media. how has that been for you? >> i try to not look too much into it or read too much into it because you know everybody has their opinions and no matter what i did throughout the season people will have their opinions so it's obviously tough when you get to a thousand -- thousands and thousands of messages that are negative but i try to avoid it. >> you know what you made your choices, people are going to have opinions. let's get into the episode, though. very explosive. what happened behind the scenes with ian? >> i think ian's ego was a
little bruised according to ego. it's not difficult for him to get women according to him. i was thinking -- i said -- i don't know if he took chemistry at princeton but he failed because there was none there. that was the problem. >> oh wow, kaitlyn throwing down. >> i know. slice him sought humble pie. i don't know. >> meanwhile with nick obviously chemistry and then some. do you have regrets for having been so intimate ask. >> again, i am a very in the moment person and i tried to just separate each relationship and they all move at different paces and, you know that one definitely moved a little bit quicker than others and maybe the timing wasn't ideal on that one but -- >> why do you say that. >> well just i always wonder if i would have waited ten days and it was the fantasy suite and i didn't talk about it would i be getting the same sort of response from people? probably not. >> right. >> but maybe the timing -- i don't know. i worried about jeopardizing
other relationships. >> speaking of which really quickly you call yourself the makeout bandit. it seems to bother the guys. especially shawn. >> yeah i mean i don't know if >> we've got all these ladies right here from kentucky turning 40 today. it is a hot and stick dee day in new york city because we have storms on the way. you'll see the live look right there of the city. we're already up around the low 70's going to 91 for a high and that cool front is going the spark the showers and storms, some of them could see some damaging wind or even
some hail. that's big picture. let's get a check closer to home. >> we'll seeing thunderstorms well north of the poconos probably going in a towards places like wilkes-barre before too much longer. as we take a look at that hazy sunshine building, it is very warm and muggy out there. oppressively humid as we go through the day. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows a high of 95 this afternoon with heat indexes making it feel like it's 100 so cool drinks, take it easy and then this afternoon take cover as strong gusty thunderstorms are coming in during the afternoon and evening. jackhammer as a background. yeah hi mom and dad it says lara. let's get to "pop news." >> all right. the sights and sounds of new york city. "pop news" time everybody. you know that music so let's begin with this. time to sharpen up those suits, boys. both looking very very well i might add. i was upset, robin, these two were not on the list of the 20
best dressed men on the planet. >> 21 21. >> 22 mr. dan harris in the house. >> "gq" did the list. ryan gosling named among the most stylish. hand selected pharrell kanye, let's see kanye. jeff goldblum -- >> lebron. >> lebron looking good. >> "gq" says their process is scientific. thousands of photos. that was their term. thousands of photos analyzed they even had a several-hour debate over jared leto's hair the length whether up in the man bun or down with the om bre effect. >> man bun. >> well ginger you are correct. the man bun worked for leto. he actually secured a spot in the top 20. >> because of the bun? >> yeah. >> they really like the chances. he's a risk taker. >> were you one of the judges? how did you know? >> man bun.
>> also in "pop news" this morning, so many fans already down and out that "downton abbey" is closing its grand dores after one more season. fear not, some of the cast in talk force a special ee union. "downton abbey" the musical. the hit drama's creator julian fellowes has been working with the show's composer john run on a music adaptation. he confirms there are talks with some cast members doing a live tour. we're thinking jazz hands and the jazz age, so many royal possibilities, dame maggie smith tap dancing to a rousing rendition of "what is a weekend." >> the hands go like that. >> i can't take seriously when characters break into song. i don't know -- >> you can't? have you not seen "dmree" or -- i mean i love it. you know i love a show tune. >> i do like it but i have a friend in the sequel. her name is robin roberts. >> thank you very much. >> finally this will warm your heart. it did mine. get ready to meet the canine
connection that will i believe make your day. 10-year-old glen is a jack russell. guys he's completely blind but not to worry. this little guy has his own guide dog. that's buzz the bull terrier. >> oh. >> who cares for him in -- he's his eyes. len and buzz insprarm rescued from a tunnel in the uk. they're being cared for by a rescue center. they need a home but they are the ultimate package deal. they cannot be separated. because of their love affair. i know robin, you're thinking of a very special someone. >> i know. i miss my kj. >> i was wondering -- i wanted to share the story. >> beautiful story. that's "pop news." everybody, please consider rescuing dogs. i would appreciate it. >> yeah. you'll appreciate this. channing tatum, hi channing. we'll see you next.
>> ♪♪ >> philadelphia police impounded a truck overnight they say was involved in a hit and run. this happened last night in hunting park. a 40-year-old man was on a bicycle when he was hit. niece critical condition. police are still looking for that hit and run driver. 8:27 now on this tuesday june 23rd. karen is keeping her eyes on 295 in new jersey. good morning. >> yeah, because we've had big problems there all morning tam and chopper six is overhead. you can see that car ran off the roadway slammed into a tree. the tree fell down on top while it was blocking all lanes on 295 northbound right here in burlington county. the accident itself happened at florence-columbus. you see the backup that resulted here. serious accident continuing to block the right lane and the shoulder so northbound 295 jams past rancocas woods delran to florence columbus. stick to the turnpike or 130. as we go not maps, slow speeds
in the single digits on 295. i just got off the phone with police on the northeast extension northbound. big accident here still blocking the right lane here between quakertown and lehigh valley while they clean up a huge fuel spill that's out there on the roadway and also disabled vehicle in the backlog just cleared tam. >> thank you karen. now we're going head to dave murphy talking about both storms and sun. good morning. >> now, warm and humid right now. really muggy about the muggiest day we've had so far. where the degrees currently in philadelphia with dewpoints above 70 degrees. definitely humid to start out. as we go through the afternoon, we are going to get hot and steamy. a high of 95, a heat advisory because heat indexes will make it feel like it's about 100 degrees at the height of the afternoon heating and we also have the chance of some afternoon and evening thunderstorms that will start out in the northern and western suburbs and then probably drop through the i-95 corridor close to the rush hour before ending at the shore. some could produce strong damaging wind gusts so head indoors if you hear thunder. tam. >> thank you david.
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sesame place ♪ go before they grow. ♪ ♪ raise your own babies ♪ ♪ smoke your own smoke and grow your own daisies ♪ ♪ mend your own fences ♪ >> new music from country megastar kacey musgraves, "biscuits." there she is her brand-new album drops this morning, there she is in the social square getting ready to sing. she's ready to go. i adore her. >> me too. >> you know what was show great. she walked in this morning, no entourage, just a downhome girl. so approachable and extremely talented and this is her sophomore album. >> the message makes you smile about life. you know what else is about life what lara is up to right now. she's been waiting for this moment all morning. >> she brings us life. >> listen a hard-hitting
interview, everybody. i'm here with the man of the hour "magic mike xxl" is a brand-new film. it's finally out in the film mike and his brothers are headed to a stripper convention and stop along the way so that mike played by channing can prove to himself he still has it. take a look. >> you guys really want to go down the rabbit hole? is that what you said? >> we're listening. >> i'll dig it for you, alice. let's see how far you're willing to go. >> welcome to the show. ♪ >> are you dead di? ♪ gimme gimme ♪ >> channing tatum in the house, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> you wrote this film. >> yep, well with my buddy. he's the actually writer.
>> the first film was sort of loosely based on your own experience. >> very loosely, but, yes. >> this one, where did you take your inspiration. >> this one was -- you know there is a -- there was a real thing called a stripper convention. i have no idea why we call it that. they weren't selling the newest in stripper technology or anything. it was just a large -- >> let's get too stripper technology. >> i don't want to go there. sorry. i keep getting -- >> how do you think we feel? >> and then so it was basically a road trip up to a big show. >> but it's also -- we had your buddy joe manganiello on -- >> i can see him very clearly. >> we all could see. and he was saying that it was just so great to be back together. that you guys have really become a family. >> yeah i'm sure a lot of cats oh we're just the greatest of friends. it's really true -- that was one of the biggest reasons i wanted to make the second one. we didn't -- to get a good look at those cashes and get to know them and hang out with them again and open them up was good.
they're fun. >> so how hard was it to convince michael strahan to do his scene augustus. >> you know it was weirdly not all that hard. like i remember -- i said it sort of as a joke on "mike and kelly" or "kelly and michael" don't want to mess that up. i just started something and, you know what i mean and he was just like i will do that and then i didn't really think he was serious. next thing you know he was down. >> and on the set. tell me a little about how hard it was to get into you know really dive into character. >> look we were all worried about maybe pulling him back a little bit. like he was -- i swear to god to jump into our group and to movie is not an easy thing to do and he went all in just -- i mean you know, usually i think people kind of are a little afraid of it at first and he was -- he wasn't afraid at all. zero fear. it was pretty crazy and i hope you guys enjoy it. >> yeah i would imagine we will. looking over there -- yep, you will. how about your wife did she
have a chance to see it and did you practice your moves for your big routine with her on her -- >> well slipped that one right in there. yeah look we were up in vancouver choreographing it with our two choreographers and jenna was there the whole time. >> she's a dancer in her own right. >> having a built-in focus right in your house. it's nice. >> hey, i was reading one of stats. three back-to-backs films that made over $100 million. >> wow. >> congratulations on that. >> thank you. now i have read that you've said with your beautiful girl who is just over 2 that your choices are changed. sort of changed you as a performer. how so? >> yeah i think time time is the only finite thing that you have on this earth and, you know i'm -- i like to work. you know i can get inspired very very easy and i think a
great barometer is can i look at her later and say, this was worth taking time away from you? and that's it. >> well this is fun. what's up next for you? what are you working on? >> what's next is possibly gambit. "x-men." >> your last dance means this is it. we should enjoy -- >> i don't know. the internet you guys are creative. why don't you write the third one then we will he go and do it. >> for now enjoy this one. we love you, channing. please come back and visit us. everybody, "magic mike xxl" hits theaters next wednesday, july 1st. channing though is sticking around to help us announce the winner of the "gma" "magic mike xxl" epic dance contest. >> yep. >> and a little surprise there, as well. right now outside to ginger for >> oh, lara we're about to get to the weather. first the hottest makeup trend
>> unlike contouring the popular makeup trend in uses darker shades of foundation to define features, strobing is all about brightening the face with minimal products. >> i'm obsessed. >> it's not just celebs and on high pressure tutorials are popping up everywhere. >> you don't need a complicated skill set when it comes to the application. you can take products you already have like a shimmery
eye shadow or moisturizer. >> to get a sexy shimmery look don't be shy. abbey. los angeles. >> i don't have to contour. carmody let's do the look. who has the -- juliana or lindsey. >> juliana is vogue. vogue is the new word for highlighting a much easier way to bring light love and lift to the face. over here we have lindsey who has the couldn't touring and they both look great but tell us how you did it. >> what i did is when it comes to highlighting the face you want to use a shimmer right on top of the cheekbone. underneath the brow and on the inside corners of the eye. this brings that light and love to the face and really looks natural. with a contouring, it's a lot because it's very dramatic. you got to go all around the face sides of the nose down the jaw line and if you're in
the a great master blender it's going to take a long, long time like up to 25 minutes and doesn't look as natural. >> that's what i was going to ask again. this one is easier for the novice. >> absolutely easier and works on all ages and skin tones, too. >> she looks even better and i can tell. >> yes it's glowy dewey freshes an we get older we get a little dull and we want at a bring that light and lift to the face again. >> carmody thank you. >> seattle this morning is where we begin. hey, guys, this morning. that is one of the spots that's going to be quit a bit warmer going into the end of the week start of the weekend. look at the pacific northwest all that heat, yes heating up everywhere. that's a big picture. let's get a check closer to home. >> ginger the heat is definitely in place this morning. it's warm very humid. nothing showing on radar locally just yet. your exclusive accuweather shows a -- seven day shows a high of 95 degrees today heat
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channing is such a great guest. he came bearing gifts. what a great gift here. his co-star, matt bomer. >> came in singing and so happy to be here. up early. >> that's right. you know. rocking on two hours' sleep but you got to start the day with a song and got to start it right. >> i love you're singing in the new one. it's great that you guys are going to help us out. wide this little bitty, little dance contest and morning show friendly and people were like oh they didn't want it to be morning show friendly but we'll take a look here at the finalists. ♪ >> you know this song. can only mean one thing. the boys are back and they're bringing their magic a whole lot of heat and did we mention michael strahan to the big screen? delivering a highly anticipated extra, extra large sequel that is sure to have women everywhere blushing. so the men of "magic mike"
challenged "gma" viewers to hit the dance floor. >> keep sending videos. >> reporter: for a chance to walk the red carpet of the l.a. premiere. the results ponied on in. from postal workers. to pets. but wait until you see our funky finalists. meet who we're calling the nifty nurses of pennsylvania. they're up against the boogie bunch. watch these oklahoma city youngsters shake a tail feather pretending to be grannies and grandpas. and rounding out the competition, rita anymore rico move over channing tatum. this michael jackson fanatic has been moonwalking since he was just 9 years old. the nifty nurse, the boogie bunch and rhythmic rico. who has the most magic? we're putting that question to the experts. >> you two are the experts. it's tough. what do you think of our finalists. >> i love the ensemble as picks but i mean -- >> look the nurse -- i really
got to say i loved the nurses but rico is the guy. >> rico is the guy. >> i think rico is bringing it. >> let's find out. jesse palmer, take it away. >> that's right, robin. the moment we've been waiting for is finally here. now, rico is inside this dance studio. i'll pull him out and meet him real quick. rico. >> yes sir. >> come on out here, brother. how are you doing, man? good it meet you. so listen i know you thought we were coming in to interview you late they are morning to be a finalist but got a couple surprises. one we're a little early. two, you're live on "good morning america." want to wave to the camera. wake you up early in the morning. follow me this way real quick. there's a couple of people that want to say hi to you right in here. come on inside. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. this is crazy. >> all right, all right, all
right. so we've got -- we've got your parents here your friends. we got your girlfriend and a lot of your students. do you have any idea why they're all here today? >> i'm the winner? >> you're about to find out right now, my friend because -- we'll put this back in for you real quick. that is beautiful. we'll go to new york city real fast. we have two people waiting to give you a very special message. i want you to look right here in this monitor. take it away. >> rico. >> what's up rico. we want you to come to the premiere and get down with us. what do you say? >> that's it. >> put this back in. he said he said you won -- >> you won, rico. >> you're the winner. >> yeah. >> he didn't know. >> yes. >> now, i got to know -- i have some questions here -- >> go ahead, matt. >> you don't wake up with moves
like that. how long have you been practicing dancing? has this been your whole life? >> it's been a life process. 23. dancing since the age of 9. >> wow. >> so it's been a long long road, tons of class, many different styles lots of hard work in and outside the studio. street and in studio. >> i hear you got a mean moonwalk. i hear you got a mean moonwalk. can we see it? >> yeah, it's pretty smooth. okay. >> oh, yeah. >> ooh. >> whoa! >> oh. >> oh. >> put it back in. >> choreography for part 3. what are you most excited about about being part of the premiere? [ cheers and applause ]
>> what are you most excited about for the premiere? first and foremost i'm a huge fan of you guys so i'm really excited to be out in l.a. to watch the premiere with you all. a huge fan of dancing. i see you, man, getting down in those "step-up" movies awe the time. loved you in the movies. yeah i'm just a huge fan of you guys. in "magic mike," outside of "magic mike," you guys do a phenomenal job. >> show us the happy dance. he's off to l.a. he's going. >> thank you, rico. in rico. >> he's going to be there. he just hit it real fast there. "magic mike" as you know, xxl hits theaters coming up next wednesday and matt you'll stick around and head back tomorrow. >> yes. >> all right. kacey musgraves, talk about great music. >> huge fan. >> she's going to be performing live right here on "gma."
i'm telling you, channing and matt were not kidding. they are big fans of yours, kacey. what a treat for grammy winning country star kacey musgraves is here. her first ever morning show performance of her highly anticipated second album. it's called "pageant material." it is out today and here she is right now with "biscuits." ooh, i love this one. >> one, two, three, four. ♪ ♪ taking down your neighbor won't take you any higher ♪ ♪ i burned my own damn finger poking someone else's fire ♪ ♪ i've never gotten taller making someone else feel small ♪ ♪ if you ain't got nothing nice to say don't say nothing at all ♪
♪ just hoe your own row and raise your own babies ♪ ♪ smoke your own smoke and grow your own daisies ♪ ♪ mend your own fences and own your own crazy ♪ ♪ mind your own biscuits and life will be gravy ♪ ♪ mind your own biscuits and life will be gravy ♪ ♪ ♪ nobody's perfect we've all lost and we've all lied ♪ ♪ most of us have cheated the rest of us have tried ♪ ♪ the holiest of holies even slip from time to time ♪ ♪ we've all got dirty laundry hanging on the line ♪ ♪ so hoe your own row and raise your own babies ♪ ♪ smoke your own smoke
and grow your own daisy ♪ ♪ mend your own fences and own your own crazy ♪ ♪ mind your own biscuits and life will be gravy joet ♪ mind your own biscuits and life will be gravy ♪ ♪ pouring salt in my sugar won't make yours any sweeter ♪ ♪ pissing in my yard ain't gonna make yours any greener ♪ ♪ and i wouldn't know about the rocks in your shoes ♪ ♪ so i'll just do me and honey you can just do you ♪ ♪ so ho ochltohoe ♪ ♪ ♪
♪♪ i am never getting married. never. psssssh. guaranteed. you picked a beautiful ring. thank you. we're never having kids. mmm-mmm. breathe. i love it here. we are never moving to the suburbs. we are never getting one of those (minivan). we are never having another kid. i'm pregnant. i am never letting go. for all the nevers in life state farm is there.
"good morning america" is brought to you by new emergen-z. vitamin c and other anti-oxidants. power down to power up. >> we had so much going on. wish we had time to talk. love the music "biscuits" and the guys letting up. >> thanks for having us. >> any time kacey. have a great day, everybody. >> words to live by. in yes. >> ♪♪ >> good morning. andrea bocceli want nah andperform
during the september it's world meeting of family. 8:56 on this tuesday june 23rd. let's head to karen rogers look another 95. >> a new accident on 95 southbound near the betsy ross bridge it's avenue to the side. something to watch for. northbound we're seeing heavy delays from the betsy ross bridge to cottman heading towards that work zone. slow go on 95. north coventry township 422 westbound is still blocked. this has been awhile between route 100 and 662. also the ramp from route 100 northbound to 422 also blocked. this is an early morning accident but the problem is it brought down a pole so the pole has been an issue all morning. stick to 724 or high street. 295 northbound that big accident we have been talking about is cleared but we're still looking at pretty slow speeds 25 miles an hour because of an accident that was at the florence columbus exit, tam. >> thank you karen. now let's head out to meteorologist, david murphy to talk about the rain and the sun. >> well, it's definitely a warm and humid start. we have hazy sunshine across the region. take a look tam. we're up to eighty two degrees but it feels like it's the
upper 80's because the humidity is very, very noticeable. this afternoon a heat advisory in effect with a high of 95 and heat indices up around 100. we also have the the chance during the afternoon and evening in particular of some strong gusty thunderstorms drenching downpours strong gusty winds are possible so take cover and doors. probably lower floors would be a good idea if you hear thunder. it's over tomorrow sunnies and nice a high of 87. tam. >> thank you david. coming up today at noon late he have after a hit and run leaves a man in critical condition. we know police tracked down the suspect's truck but they're still looking for the actual driver. a live report on that investigation coming up at noon. "live with kelly and michael" next here on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have a great tuesday.
announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today from "magic mike xxl," matt bomer. and from "orange is the new black," laura prepon. plus we'll check out our top instagram posts as we continue "live"'s social countdown week. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [cheering and applause] now here are your emmy award-winning co-hosts kelly ripa and michael strahan. [pop music playing] kelly: ...over here. [indistinct] [cheering and applause] kelly: hi! [indistinct]